Wattle Essential Oil has a wonderfully, rich, sweet floral and woody aroma, the mildest aroma in our range, best as a perfume and not in a diffuser.
Wattle Oil (Absolute in Jojoba Oil)
$14.95 – $439.00
Wattle Oil (Absolute) in 97% Jojoba Oil
Wattle Oil is a beautiful, fragrant absolute essential oil, uniquely and caringly distilled from the flowers of a special and fragrant wattle. The scent is so lovely you can use it as a natural perfume on the skin.
Botanical name: Acacia dealbata
Ingredients: 100% v/v pure essential Wattle oil (absolute) mixed in 97% Jojoba oil.
Wattle Oil (Absolute) Aroma:
A wonderful, rich, sweet floral, honey, woody, aroma.
Wattle Oil (Absolute) Benefits:
Uplifting, relaxing and calming. It improves mood and aids happiness. The essential oil can help calm noisy children.
Wattle Oil (Absolute) Uses:
Use directly as a perfume, in cosmetics and potpourri.
Directions and Additional Uses:
Wattle oil is simply excellent on its own or blend with other perfumes.
Wattle oil contains palmic aldehyde, acetic and palmitic esters, enanthic acid and anisic.
Use small amounts of Wattle oil direct on the skin.
Do not ingest.
Keep out of reach of children.
Store away from direct sunlight and below 30 degrees.
Other Common Names:
Silver Wattle, Blue Wattle.
Natural Occurrence in Australia:
There are nearly 1000 different Wattles growing in Australia, however the Wattle used in our essential oil is Acacia dealbata. The tree occurs naturally on the drier, western side of the Great Dividing Range in New South Wales, the Australian Capital Territory, Victoria and into Tasmania.
The tree is reasonably common and grows to a maximum height of 30 metres in the wild.
Wattle Oil Characteristics:
Clear to amber or yellow in colour; very thick consistency with a honey, with a floral, woody scent.
Extraction and Farming Method:
Wattle essential oil is extracted via solvent extraction from the flower. France has been growing these trees in plantations since the late nineteenth century for its perfume. At present the tree is not cultivated in Australia.
History – Wattle:
The tree produces a gum which was highly sort after by indigenous people as it is very flavoursome.
Early European usage
The tree was cut for its timber for furniture making and is similar to Blackwood.
Present Day usage
The diluted oil is approved for use as a perfume, the profusion of yellow flowers are used in the cut flower industry.
|Dimensions||2.5 × 2.5 × 7 cm|
12ml, 25ml, 100ml, 1kg